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      10-12-2010, 07:45 PM   #1
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Ben, question: Winter Tires on 19" Rims

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I want to purchase performance winter tires on my stock 19 inch rims. What tire do you recommend?
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Most common option has been Blizzak LM60. You can go 255/35 F 265/35 R if you have a milder winter, or 235/35F 255/35R if you have deeper snow.
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Most common option has been Blizzak LM60. You can go 255/35 F 265/35 R if you have a milder winter, or 235/35F 255/35R if you have deeper snow.
There's no 245 i guess?
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There's no 245 i guess?


Nope not in Winter Tires. I just bought SNOWS from Tire Rack. I went with the 235/35/19 F's 255/35/19 R's. I bought the dunlop wintersports becuase I had them on my AUDI and they were a tad bit cheaper than the blizzak's. Either winter tires you can't go wrong with either ones
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Thanks. Have other questions...I'll give you a call.
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